It’s been almost a year since Dr. Ida Jones led the informative and inspiring discussion “How to Preserve Your Legacy I” at the Alexandria Black History Museum. The University Archivist at Morgan State University returns as the author of "Baltimore Civil Rights Leader, Victorine Quille Adams and the Power of the Ballot" Saturday, September 28.
During the book discussion, participants will learn what records Jones combed to create her fourth biography. Attendees will also learn which documents, photographs, and other artifacts they should save from their personal collections for future generations and maybe even a biographer.
The Your Legacy event is the first of three hosted by The Alexandria Black History Museum and Port Of Harlem Magazine as part of A Port Of Harlem Fall at the Alexandria Black History Museum. All programs open with a 20-minute reception with light refreshments.
Reservations are strongly encouraged by calling the Museum at 703.746.4356 and admission payment can be made at the door. Ticket payment with automatic reservations can also be made by clicking this link.